Compensation clawbacks can raise difficult, and often adverse, tax issues for employees and other service providers. Specifically, for clawbacks that are effected on a gross...
Ivins, Phillips & Barker
In the latest issue of our newsletter, we discuss several aspects of charitable and public sector giving and offer important information for taxpayers and their advisors to consider as year-end approaches.
Gray Reed & McGraw
United States citizens and residents are often not aware of the myriad of foreign information return filing obligations that exist under federal tax laws.
Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP
The nonprofit sector is a critical part of the US civic infrastructure, and nonprofit organizations play a vital role in delivering services, strengthening communities, and facilitating civic engagement.
Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
Earlier in the summer, the Supreme Court announced a new case on its docket for the upcoming term, Moore v. United States, which we discussed.
Many Missouri property owners have discovered that their property values have increased – at least according to their county assessors.
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
A strong stock market and "soft landing" have generated significant wealth this year. The gift tax, estate tax and generation-skipping transfer tax are all imposed on the fair market value of assets
The IRS recently issued its 2024 cost-of-living adjustments for more than 60 tax provisions. With inflation moderating slightly this year over last, many amounts will increase...
Gray Reed & McGraw
Taxpayers who participate in international transactions potentially subject themselves to a panoply of international information return filing obligations.
The end of the tax year for calendar-year law firms is just around the corner. Now is the time to take those last-minute steps that can reap significant tax savings on your 2022 return.
A number of factors are making 2023 a confounding tax planning year for many people. They include turbulent markets, stabilizing—but still high—interest rates and significant changes...
Legislation enacted at the end of 2022 included the long-awaited SECURE 2.0 Act of 2022 (SECURE 2.0), which expands on the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement...
Barnes & Thornburg
The COVID-19 pandemic compelled businesses, organizations and government agencies to shift many processes and procedures online, even if only on a temporary basis.
Gray Reed & McGraw
The IRS has been understaffed for many years, and this has led to a decline in the number of audits conducted.
Holland & Knight
A Missouri regulated public utility had net operating losses (NOLs) not attributable to accelerated depreciation, so the normalization rules did not apply.
McLane Middleton, Professional Association
Tax issues have plagued some of the world's greatest athletes, like Pete Rose, Mike Tyson, and Lionel Messi.
HOAs get a bad rap among homeowners, and in far too many cases, that is regrettably justified. My legal education on the subject stems from personal experience.
On Oct. 19, 2023, the Department of Energy began accepting applications for all categories of the Low-Income Communities Bonus Credit Program for small-scale wind and solar projects.
Proskauer Rose LLP
On October 23, 2023, Proskauer attorneys submitted an amicus brief in connection with the U.S. Supreme Court case of Moore v. United States on behalf of the American College of Tax Counsel...
Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
On Oct. 25, the Chilean government submitted the reservations made by the U.S. Senate regarding the U.S.-Chile bilateral income tax treaty (the Tax Treaty)...